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The student news site of Sacramento State University

The State Hornet

The student news site of Sacramento State University

The State Hornet

Student news without fear or favor
Christopher Escamilla

Christopher Escamilla, staff writer

Christopher Escamilla is a staff writer on the general assignment desk for The State Hornet. He has previously done journalism work as a staff writer for The Collegian, San Joaquin Delta College’s newspaper. Before college, he graduated from Stockton Collegiate International School.

All content by Christopher Escamilla
Customers order from Boba Loca inside the Arden Fair mall May 5, 2021. Workers, including assistant manager Lillian Phan, on the left behind the counter, push tea out to waiting customers.

“We’ve had to call security”: Sacramento boba shops brace for boba shortage, backlash

Suez Canal blockage, pandemic lead to boba shortages across Sacramento
May 21, 2021
Boba shops have been affected by a shortage of a key ingredient in bubble tea since the Suez Canal blockage, and many local shops are planning their next steps.

[Video] VIDEO: Walk through the Sac State campus awash with green this spring

May 20, 2021
Immerse yourself in an empty springtime campus as flowers bloom and cool breezes blow over the Sacramento State campus.
Swarm Report March 5: Sac State men’s basketball falls short, baseball gets close win and softball splits a doubleheader.

Swarm Report March 5: Sac State men’s basketball falls short, baseball gets close win and softball splits a doubleheader.

March 6, 2021
Here’s a recap of Friday’s Sac State sporting events which features the men’s and women’s basketball games against Montana State, baseball’s game against Santa Clara, and men’s tennis.
Illustration by Tara Gnewikow.

Sac State students and faculty share expectations for the Biden presidency

March 3, 2021
President Joe Biden has started rolling out his plans for the country and many Sacramento State students and faculty have high expectations of his administration after his first month in office.
Every week The State Hornet compiles crimes recorded in the campus crime log into a map detailing their location and current status.

CRIME MAP: No crimes reported at Sac State during first week of classes

Campus crime map for Jan. 24 to Jan. 30
February 15, 2021
Sacramento State Police Department received zero crime reports in the first week of the spring semester.
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